More about Teaching from a Distance
The transition to teaching from a distance is challenging even at the best of times. To help teachers who are new to working remotely, educators and organizations have offered tips, tools and guidance. Here are some of them:
- 4 Tips for Teachers Shifting to Teaching Online
- Best Practices: Online Pedagogy
- Distance Learning: A Gently Curated Collection of Resources for Teachers
- Emergency Remote Learning Quickstart Guide
- Four Core Priorities for Trauma-Informed Distance Learning
- ‘Panic-gogy’: Teaching Online Classes During The Coronavirus Pandemic
- A Place of (Remote) Belonging
- Ten Tips from an Online Educator
Teaching at a distance can mean more time spent sitting and looking at a screen. Get some simple health strategies in Self Care for (online) Teachers. These are also a good idea for online students!
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